Ex-AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson unceremoniously departed the group in 2016 due to hearing loss issues, but he's been doing pretty well since then! His fate as frontman or ex-frontman has still yet to be sealed, though in the meantime he'll be getting his own travel show on UK’s Sky Arts debuting on April 28! The show will be called Brian Johnson’s Life on the Road, and will focus on rock n' roll lifestyles on the road.
“I was quite humbled to be invited to do it because the guests that he’s got on the show are quite extraordinary. We spent about eight hours shooting the show. We were walking around the Temple Bar area of Dublin in the rain and wind. It was cold and horrible but we did spend most of it indoors at The Porterhouse HQ where he sampled Joe Elliott’s Louder beer.”
Rolling Stone says some of the guests coming up on the show include Metallica's Lars Ulrich, Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason, Sting, Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott, and Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant. Guest star Roger Daltrey of The Who will be the show's first guest.